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Originally Posted by macarule View Post

Yes it can be done but requires a bit more effort Plus a voided warranty if you need to open up the unit

there are ways to get around that.. it only sucks when you have to RMA the unit
and get a non-sleeved unit back.. but yeah, a modular is the way to go if sleeving
a PSU for RMA purposes.

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post #3762 of 16284
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Originally Posted by airdeano View Post

looking fine.. hey an FYI, you can snake the front panel leads behind the motherboard and reattach so
you dont have them just there from the PSU grommet kinda out of place not being sleeved. they'd be
stealth from under the mobo.
airdeano

care to explain this a bit better? im a little confused
    
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post #3763 of 16284
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care to explain this a bit better? im a little confused

Run the leads through the CPU cutout behind the motherboard, then all you see after they're attached is basically the connector and very very minimal cable.
post #3764 of 16284
An update on ma mini. Cut out the center of my tint and peeled it off for more of a "window" look, and added red LED's on the ceiling behind the fans. What you think? thinking.gif





 
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An update on ma mini. Cut out the center of my tint and peeled it off for more of a "window" look, and added red LED's on the ceiling behind the fans. What you think? thinking.gif

Sexy! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Shrak View Post

Run the leads through the CPU cutout behind the motherboard, then all you see after they're attached is basically the connector and very very minimal cable.

Ah, thanks! That won't cause any kind of electrical issues? I guess the rubber insulation over the wires is enough...
    
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post #3766 of 16284
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Ah, thanks! That won't cause any kind of electrical issues? I guess the rubber insulation over the wires is enough...

no issue at all... the wire insulation is plenty of protection.

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post #3767 of 16284
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no issue at all... the wire insulation is plenty of protection.
airdeano

Sounds great! I'm going to definitely do this tomorrow tongue.gif



Has anyone here drilled holes and added thumbscrews for the side panels? I'd rather just flatten out/cut off the ****ty metal tabs on the r3 and use thumbscrews as it always takes me like 10 minutes to get a panel back on lol
    
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Anyone have an efficient way to get the dust off the front panel of the Arc Midi without taking it off? It's getting pretty dusty for me, and it's a real pain in the ass to take the front panel off with the fans hooked up.

Also, is/will there be a side window panel coming out anytime soon? I remember hearing last year it was in development, but haven't seen anything.
    
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post #3769 of 16284
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An update on ma mini. Cut out the center of my tint and peeled it off for more of a "window" look, and added red LED's on the ceiling behind the fans. What you think? thinking.gif

make one for me now!
post #3770 of 16284
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Originally Posted by salokin View Post

Anyone have an efficient way to get the dust off the front panel of the Arc Midi without taking it off? It's getting pretty dusty for me, and it's a real pain in the ass to take the front panel off with the fans hooked up.

Pop the side panel off so you can keep the fans from spinning with your finger and just take a vacuum or shop vac to the front filter.
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make one for me now!

No. biggrin.gif If you have a glass/window shop that would cut you a piece, you'd be half way there.
 
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